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Your Favorite Human(s)

Post by Hot Rod Here » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:13 pm

Mines are those from Rescue bots. I also like that cop from Transformers Animated.

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Re: Your Favorite Human(s)

Post by Skyquake87 » Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:23 pm

Charlie from Bumblebee and Jack Darby from Prime. I think just about all the others are irritating.

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Post by Unicron » Thu Jan 31, 2019 12:03 am

Wouldn't say favorite, but I did soften my opinion on Verity Carlo over the years. Mainly because of the Wreckers books. I kept wanting her show up in MTMTE or Lost Light so we could see the reaction to Uncle Minimus.

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Re: Your Favorite Human(s)

Post by Warcry » Thu Jan 31, 2019 7:03 pm

Skyquake87 wrote:
Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:23 pm
Charlie from Bumblebee and Jack Darby from Prime. I think just about all the others are irritating.
That more or less speaks for me too. I'd maybe be tempted to add G.B. Blackrock to the list, but the number of humans in the franchise that I find tolerable is way smaller than it should be. Almost everyone else is written to be comic relief or as a load that the Autobots need to carry, instead of trying to make them relateable or likeable.

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Re: Your Favorite Human(s)

Post by Denyer » Thu Jan 31, 2019 7:27 pm

Thought Verity was okay, but more under Roche than Furman. I generally prefer material that either isn't on Earth or doesn't front-stage humans but Infiltration was a nice alternative approach that sadly didn't pan out in many respects.

The Witwickies and hangers on were less annoying in the cartoon than the comics, and not keen on kid characters but then I'm not the audience.

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Post by inflatable dalek » Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:20 pm

Mikaela for the win. Most of the Bay humans are good fun though.

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Re: Your Favorite Human(s)

Post by Mr_Hi_n_Mitey » Wed May 26, 2021 9:11 am

Just like the robots themselves, my favorite Humans come from Generation One as well.

Deceptions: Dr. Julius (?) Archeville ('Genius Of Science') - whom G1 Starscream had reconstructed as a cyborg. What happened to him after that? Anyway, he reminded me of that other evil Human scientist from THE GOBOTS who was secretly collaborating and being in cahoots with Cy-Kill and the rest of the Renegade Gobots.

Autobots: Sparkplug and Spike Witwicky (Of course!) and with Chip, the computer 🖥️💻 genius. A few years ago, I just learned that Sparkplug was a Vietnam veteran. Sparkplug doesn't make an appearance in any of the episodes during/after the animated movie 🎥🍿 of 1986 though (I wonder why?) - but Spike eventually marries the beautiful Carly (That was a match made in Heaven!) and have a son - little Daniel - together.
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